Ireland to Germany.
words by Maeve Cavanagh; music by Cathal Mac Dubhghaill.
|Main Creator:||Cavanagh, Maeve.|
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[S.l. : s.n.; n.d.]
Illustration is signed 'MAC'.
Illustration of Irish and German flags crossed together - note previous owner has attempted to colour each flag with what appears to be felt-tipped marker.
Quote at top of page reads: " 'Ireland to Germany' [:] A piece of verse calculated to make the red blood hot in the veins of every true lover of freedom in Ireland. We had it in type for publication when the competent military authority swooped down upon and suppressed us" - James Connolly in 'The Worker's Republic' 11th December 1915".
First line of text reads: 'I watch the red flame fiercer grow, the tide of war, its ebb and flow...'
Physical description: [2 p.] 29 cm.
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|MU-sb-1387||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Music|
|Ir 780 p 23||Main Reading Room||Irish|